dowsing e-books...

Share your experience of non-fiction dowsing-related books and other written stuff (e.g. websites, self-published and e-books).

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Hello, everyone.

I've just discovered printable e-books by Raymon Grace which seem of the highest interest. Here is a link :
http://www.lifeenrichmentseminars.com/Raymon/

However, they can only be bought online (which I cannot do).

Have some of you already bought (some of) them?
Are they that interesting?...

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Maggie & Nigel Percy's 'Practical Pendulum' e-book is on sale for 99p in the Amazon Christmas sale (free if you have Kindle Unlimited).
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I have some free articles, including dowsing related, available for download from my website...

http://www.ianpegler.co.uk/VCG/VCGArticles.htm

(scroll down for the full list)

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Jax Willey, former bookstore manager for the ASD, has published a FREE Kindle e-book of her dowsing researches - Dowsing Research: An Overview of Dowsing.
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Thanks for the Raymon Grace link.

I have read a book by Raymon and watched his videos. Intriguing man!

When I click on the Link, I'm taken to 'Bill Cox' (and not Raymon). Maybe my Virus or search engine is interfering.

Can you help?

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Yeah, that link seems to have a redirect on it. Here's the link to the Amazon page where you can get 'The Future is Yours' for Kindle, and here is a link for Kobo.
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As we are discussing books, can I ask for views on David Cowan.

When I search for some unusual aspects of earth dowsing, I am also taken to pages of David Cowan's "Dowsing beyond Duality' (in Google Books)

His work seems a little idiosyncratic and 'way out'. Before I buy it, could anyone give me their Views?


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tightwines wrote:As we are discussing books, can I ask for views on David Cowan.
I should emphasise that this is the American David Cowan you are talking about, not our own Scottish member David Cowan (whose web site address is annoyingly hard to keep track of!).

I'm not familiar with the 'Dowsing Beyond Duality' book you refer to, but it is available on Amazon UK as a Kindle book. The price does seem a bit steep for an e-book though.
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No; the dowser's work I keep looking at online must be the Scottish dowser.

http://www.ley-man.co.uk/ (link updated - GG)

I find his work interesting. I don't know if he has written any books.

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http://aetherforce.com/ley-lines-of-the ... vid-cowan/

but the link at the bottom does not take you to anything useful- as Grahame suggests, David's website is "hard to keep track of."
His latest book is about volcanoes and their global alignment- linked with political power (Freemasons etc.)
He does tend to self-publish so, again, "hard to keep track of"!!
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Here is David's book on Amazon UK.

His earlier books are 'Ley lines and Earth Energies', and 'Safe as Houses?'

The latter one for sure is out of print now, but he used to have a free download of it on his website.
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